Coming soon – the Pascal shop!

///May 15, 2012

This summer, Pascal Huser will be opening a new shop and head office in Parsons Green Lane, London SW6. Called HOME, the shop is located just a minute’s walk from Parsons Green tube station, just south of Fulham road.

As Pascal explains, HOME will serve two purposes:

“We wanted to move our head office to a more prominent high street location, so that clients can come in for meetings in a more pleasant environment than a conventional office. It gives us an opportunity to reflect a little of the style of work that we undertake for clients, with pictures and details of some of the projects on which we are working.

“But it won’t just be an office – we want it to be a slightly quirky retail outlet as well. I’ve called it HOME because it reflects, to a certain extent, the kind of items that I have in my own home. These could perhaps be described as ‘modern antiques’ – slightly offbeat artefacts from the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s. There’s no set rule, it could be a piece of furniture or an old school globe, a spectacular piece of art or a 1970’s model of Stingray.”

Coming soon – the Pascal shop!

///May 15, 2012

This summer, Pascal Huser will be opening a new shop and head office in Parsons Green Lane, London SW6. Called HOME, the shop is located just a minute’s walk from Parsons Green tube station, just south of Fulham road.

As Pascal explains, HOME will serve two purposes:

“We wanted to move our head office to a more prominent high street location, so that clients can come in for meetings in a more pleasant environment than a conventional office. It gives us an opportunity to reflect a little of the style of work that we undertake for clients, with pictures and details of some of the projects on which we are working.

“But it won’t just be an office – we want it to be a slightly quirky retail outlet as well. I’ve called it HOME because it reflects, to a certain extent, the kind of items that I have in my own home. These could perhaps be described as ‘modern antiques’ – slightly offbeat artefacts from the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s. There’s no set rule, it could be a piece of furniture or an old school globe, a spectacular piece of art or a 1970’s model of Stingray.”